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dole trailing bill clinton by 20 points in clinton's campaign for reelection. in that first hour of the network's life, i was asked to alpine on the new poll in a panel discussion that included input from tim russert who was asked if there was any way dole could save his campaign by a selection of a running mate. >> well, the only one is colin powell, he's not going to do it. now bob dole has krused the field to governor of ohio, pennsylvania, former secretary of state, jim baker. but none of those candidates will give bob dole an immediate pop in the polls. bob dole is going to have to win the race on his own, lay out an agenda, a rational. he has to convince the country that he has a reason to be president other than it's just his turn. >> all right, a former congressional aide to mornahan. what's your take on all this? >> well, it is surprising to see dole losing republican support, no particular reason for that in the last three weeks, but tim's earlier point of this being a snapshot is very important. let's just remember where the current president was at this time four year
allan green span first appointed by president reagan and reappointed by presidents clinton and the presidents bush addressed the tax question. >> should the president take the tax increases that the republicans say they're not going to agree to off the table so that they could actually come to an agreement on this debt? >> i think that the republicans ought to identify a very significant amount of so-called tax expenditures which in fact are misclassified. they are expenditures. they are outlays, and many of them are subsidies. and subsidies are not the type of thing that you want for an efficient market system. there are a lot of them. >>> allan green span's position on taxation is charmingly old-fashioned. he actually thinks that the government should raise as much in tax revenue as it spends. >> in the 1990s era, tax rates would actually be helpful in terms of helping this? >> my view is that i was in favor of the bush tax cuts on the grounds that it was the dissipation of a surplus. as soon as it became obvious that the surplus disappeared, i no longer supported that. a
service at the highest levels of government. he was treasure secretary under president clinton. in 2009 he returned to the white house as dector of the economic council and in that role he was pivotal in providing president obama's response to the financial crises. i am pleased to have him back at this table. welcome. >> glad to see you charlie. >> first time since you left government which has been how long now? >> about six months. looking at the negotiations in washington today based on everything that you saw when you were there, based 0en a brilient career as an economist and based on having time to think about all of these things -- >> it's not inspiring. it's not inspiring texture at a couple of levels. the idea tt anybody would take the creditworthiness of the united states as a hostage to serve any objective really is wrong. you know, the way i say it is, my children and i can argue about how mu they should spend in college, whether they should pay or i should pay. but as a family, we don't really get to say you will get stiffed because we're having a fight. and that's what his de
in the impeachment trial of president bill clinton and the affect the verdict had on the executive branch. the author contends by not executing impeachment proceedings against the president a precedent would have been set allowing future presidents to remain above the law. this is about 50 minutes. >> you admire james rogan. you have to read the book rough edges which many of you probably have. we premiered it here when it first came out. it is about his life from welfare to washington. it is fascinating because he has in toward -- in toward a tough life which all of a sudden said this isn't for me and picked himself up and dusted himself off and went on to be very successful in public service. he is a good friend of ours. he first met richard nixon because he has an obsession with presidential and political memorabilia. it is an obsession. i won't let his wife get up and talk about how much of that sending carotid in boxes or how much of it is in his office or how much of it is all over his home but he has been kind enough to share a lot of it with us. we have much of it on display here. that is whe
and had been there only a week when bill clinton national security by surprise and to meet with the president for the first time. i sat there in awe. the national security adviser bill clark asked me to explain some of the things that are going on in space, which i did but as the meeting went on it became clear to me that the president was a little frustrated. he was frustrated that the space policy it taken so long to develop and he was also frustrated that it didn't appear that space policy was being given enough emphasis within his administration and he wanted that change. he wanted an organization to pull together all the sections of the space or graham into one coherent whole. this is what resulted in the senior interagency group for space. one of those acronyms that could only be invented by a bureaucrat in the u.s. government. but not as as some later ones such as the national space council. but nevertheless it got the job done. it established the national security adviser as the chairman of space. the first time it had ever been done. it established an executive sec
're moving down that path and we have to stop. it is that simple. >> what bill clinton does has some republican armchair jobs sweating. what this g.o.p. strategist is beaming. done ! verizon's done ! i've got seven left ! the fastest network in america. verizon. built so you can rule the air. now powering the lg revolution. i know you're worried about making your savis last and having enough income when you retire. that's why i'm here -- to help come up with a plan and get you on the right path. i have more than a thousand fidelity experts working with me so that i can work one-on-one with you. it's your green line. but i'll be there every step of the way. call or come in and talk with us today. >> and republican presidential candidates fanning out across key states to rally voter support. and a few of them are getting help from an unlikely source. bill clinton. the former president says he is a fan of former utah governor huntsman and romney. you might expect that to be the kiss of death but republican strategist says think again. you think this mild endorsement could work in favor
's the former pollster for clinton i assume bloomberg bernard witman is here. he's a great american god bless him here with a full report nationally syndicated radio talk show woes wlw cincinnati soon to be a nationally syndicated tv talk show star it starts september 19th through shawn compton productions a tribune the one and only bill cunningham. how are you? >> sean hannity it's a great night to be an american. i feel awesome to be with a priest and almost a rabbi. i am not sure. no one is to the right of me and look at these guys. >> we disagree on redistribution of wealth. >> i am an inpen department voice. >> did the republicans screw up, cunningham, by undermining each other with conflicting plans? >> this is the 30th year after ronald reagan took the presidency in 1981. we are seeing a theatrical act taken three decades. this is the moment. the next week or two the reagan revolution will succeed or fail in the next 13 days. >> i agree with you. >> you were a pollster for bill clinton. i am a strong critic of clinton. in the end republicans want 94 went kicking and screaming balanced
? >> and gang a gong, america. since he left office, president clinton earned $75 million from giving speeches. our allstar panel will investigate whether he can be impeached again. and a restaurant bans kids under the age of six. we will imif you the address so you can head there asap. and did hitler give them directions on how to bring drinks to protect against prostitutes? happy embrace your geekness day. >> that's a stupid day. >> is it? or are you embarassed to embrace your geekness. >> it is a stupid day. >> it sounds like somebody doesn't want somebody to know about his geekness. >> you know what, if you must know, when i was a child my family's house was burned to the ground by a gang of crazed geeks. i didn't want to bring this up, but you forced me to. i hope you are happy. >> this is the best embrace your geekness day ever. >> you always look good. >> i apologize for nothing. >> disappear. >>> let's welcome our guest. she's back. she is so cute that cupie dolls are now called ceon dolls. -- coen dolls. he is smart and fearless, but not about him. he is dead. we have paul mccurio. hi
with great success in the clinton administration where those initiatives and that vision were really put to great use for different purposes and i will let richard tell you about that. we wanted to refocus the entire the shuttle station as i said was very confiscated and when he began to look at the real structure of the program and it added in with the national academy about the value of the science, we didn't call it that but it has been termed a dead end program, stuck in lower orbit doing science that was not being endorsed by the national academy of science. it had budget treasures and the program.descoped. things like the centrifuge being reduced bersin finally eliminated and that in fact we needed to reorients this entire civil space rogan. -- program. many of us have been believers. we also, many of us were some have been -- took some heat for it but we believe some of the context were applicable to space program. what was then an aging civil we called it faster, cheaper better. i think the clinton administration morphed into a different way and that is great but we believe that
's a real partner. it turned out that leverage really was used with great success in the clinton administration where those initiatives and that vision were really put to great use for different purposes and i will let richard tell you about that. we wanted to refocus the entire civil space program. the shuttle station as i said was very confiscated and when he began to look at the real structure of the program and it added in with the national academy about the value of the science, we didn't call it that but it has been termed a dead end program, stuck in lower orbit doing science that was not being endorsed by the national academy of science. it had budget treasures and the program.descoped. things like the centrifuge being reduced bersin finally eliminated and that in fact we needed to reorients this entire civil space rogan. we also, many of us were believers. some have been -- took some heat for it but we believe some of the context were applicable to what was then an aging civil space program. we called it faster, cheaper better. i think the clinton administration morphed
with hillary clinton and george soros money? yes, media matters. apollo alliance, that's what we showed you. disease anybody remember what that was? anybody remember? pardon me the they wrote the similar lus package. right. do you -- they wrote the stimulus package do you remember why they named it the apollo alliance? it's really interesting, especially when you get in the tides foundation or anything that is offshoot of center for miles per hour progress. the apollo alliance you look for names to mean something. acorn. start small. a little seed. grows in to a mighty oak. apollo, they said what they wanted was something dramatic. something that once you push the button to start, it would launch and you could not recall it. that is what the apollo alliance is. that is the stimulus package. once they started it, you can't stop it. in to the fund me tall transformation of america. we have been telling you for a while cass sunstein is the most dangerous man in america. can anyone tell me why i say cass sunstein is dangerous? yes, do we have microphone here? yes, richard. >> he is the one that
segment on the trial. next, bill clinton saying nice things about mitt romney and ma shawl barbman. why? dick morris has some thoughts after these messages. >>> as we reported last week, big-time democrats saying nice things about gop challengers to president obama. enter bill clinton. >> i think governor romney is doing a better job this time than he did last time. more comfortable and seems to be willing to take some of the heat you get if you stand up to people in your own party that you think are in his case too far to the the right. but i don't know who is going to win. i think, you know, i'm not surprised that congress woman bachman is off to a good start because i think she is a compelling public figure. i don't agree with her on a lot of things but i think she comes across as real. >> bill: here to analyze, fox news analyst dick morris. what is up with this? why is he saying good things about romney and bachman. >> he suffers from add. if he isn't getting enough attention he is disordered. he is always saying stuff to try to keep his name public. there is a grand democratic stra
president clinton's presidency. president clinton with a republican congress and a goldman sachs former ceo treasury secretary deregulated banks and affected trade reform. bob rubin was the treasury secretary. effectively, they released trillions of dollars of funny money into the american economy. in banking, it let the bank lend and gamble with money that wasn't theirs. that didn't have to be invested. had no standards, no capital, no nothing. it set in motion a ten-year credit and housing bubble that eventually led to the explosion and collapse in 2008. meanwhile, less than abled nafta, the so-called free trade deal which basically empowered a few u.s. businessmen to earn billions for themselves and their shareholders by sending our jobs and trillions of our dollars offshore, at this point not to be seen again. that boom caused by the bank gambling and the foreign trade profits caused a huge spike in revenue, and with those revenues, clinton was able to leave office with no budget deficit, a budget surplus and smelling like a rose. president clinton then handed that bank and trade left s
? >> and now, "bbc world news." >> welcome. >> the headlines. strong words from washington. hillary clinton says syrian president bashar al-assad has lost legitimacy. new allegations of malpractice by a journalist working for rupert murdoch. >> from greece to italy. eurozone finance minister say that they are determined to stop the crisis from spreading. they say they did not buy their way to success. it is 11:00 a.m. here in singapore. >> 4:00 a.m. here in london. broadcasting around the world. >> that the clinton has said presidents assad of syria has lost legitimacy. she says he has failed to deliver reforms and stop a campaign of violence against his people. she did not call on him to step down but made it clear he had no support in washington. from washington, this report. >> this made washington very angry, an attack on the embassy in damascus. for washington, the fighting and syria has gained a slightly more personal dimension. a few hours after the attack, this was hillary clinton's message to mr. . >> united states strongly condemns the failure to protect facilities in domestic, in
. brad alluded to the challenges. we took a page out of the clinton administration and out of the bush won. the clinton administration had the challenges with space station freedom and what mark referred to, the clinton administration set up a commission about 5 experts to get under the hood and take a look at it and we borrowed norm augustine who mark also referred to and put him in service and put together astronauts and engineers and space experts to really take a look at the program. they held meetings across the country, got in put all over the place. they came back to us and kind of sad we have a problem. we were really surprised at the scope of what they found. we were billions over budget. bill years behind schedule, unable to get back to the manhattan and any reasonable time frame and the program had become fundamentally not executable. we were surprised but we knew it was our job to do better. it as a result of the augustine committee we embarked on a new effort to explore new worlds, create new jobs, foster new industry, strengthen international partnerships and increase our
-flop. with all his contortions, this guy's going to need obama care. and president clinton says to president obama, don't blink in his standoff with republicans. i'll give you my thoughts on that. welcome to the show. i'm al sharpton. tonight's lead, president obama ramps up pressure on republicans to do their job in the debt fight. this afternoon, the president pressed congress to make a long-term deal on the debt ceiling. >> i don't think the american people here sent us here to avoid tough problems. that's in fact what drives them nuts about washington, when both parties simply take the path of least resistance. >> the president says he's willing to compromise, but are the republicans? >> it's my hope that everybody's going to leave their ultimate mate tums at the door, leave the political rhetoric at the door and we're going to do what's best for our economy and what's best for our people. >> the president spoke, as it's becoming clear that the republican leaders are feeling the heat, facing tough new criticism for not being willing to compromise. today in "new york times," conservative
. yeah? and denial is a river in egypt. >>> plus bill clinton's smash-mouth advice for president obama. but does the president have a better plan of his own? we'll have that hot story. >>> welcome to the show. i'm al sharpton. tonight's lead, i think we may have found the answer to what's happening to the republican party. they've been drinking so much tea, i think they may be dizzy. at this hour, house republicans are debating and are expected to vote for the most extreme budget plan in years. it's the tea party's cut, cap and balance bill. earlier today, president obama set it was a political effort, not a serious one. >> that is not an approach that could pass both chambers, not an approach i would sign and it's not balanced. we don't have any more time to engage in symbolic gestures. we don't have any more time to posture. >>> republican leaders are holding this vote in a desperate attempt to stop a civil war within the gop. the tea party and its corporate backers have declared open season on any gop lawmaker who supports another budget alternative. mitch mcconnell's plan to raise
of touch they are. telling the poor to do more. >>> plus, why bill clinton thinks obama should be more like bill clinton. >>> and, casey anthony is a free woman this wednesday. was this a big fail for our justice system? or proof that it worked. >>> welcome to the show. i'm al sharpton. to nights's lead. just how much is president obama willing to compromise in the debt fight? the president obama met today with leaders of both parties at the white house. and he said, everyone must sacrifice to make a deal. >> nothing is agreed to until everything's agreed to. and the parties are still far apart on a wide range ever issues. everybody acknowledged that there is going to be pain involved politically on all sides. but our biggest obligation is to make sure that we're doing the right thing by the american people. >> but democrats are nervous that the white house may agree to as much as $4 trillion in cuts over ten years. under that plan, democrats would agree to cuts in social security, medicare, and medicaid. in return, republicans would sign off on up to a trillion dollars in new revenue. whic
that was a nonstarter. bill clinton even came out this past weekend and said our corpate tax rates are too high. they're affecting our competitiveness as a country. we need to become more competitive to become more innovative at home, more competitive overseas. i agree with president clinton. if we lower corporate tax rates they can do the things to eliminate significant numbers of various tax deductions but you have to lower the tax rates. that's the way you're going to spur is economy and increase tax revenues. >> i was with bill clinton when he spoke at a conference this weekend, he said that president obama should not blink on the subject of getting taxes somehow into the mix in a larger budget deal. not a short-term deal, but a larger long-term deficit reduction deal. >> i think that chuck todd is right that a larger deal is easier to do than absmaller deal. i think that's the sort of thing that we ought to be doing. i'm hoping that comes out of the white house discussions tomorrow. i'm always optimistic about the future of our great country. and i'm looki ing forward to th results tomorrow. the
're not ra raising anyone's taxes. >>> and hillary clinton speaks before indian. >>> and michele bachmann's migraines, will she be able to silence critics about her ability to be commander in chief? and smarter so you can get back to playing "angry birds." it lets you access business forms on the go, fire off e-mails with the qwerty keypad, and work securely around the world so you can get back to playing "angry birds." it's the android-powered phone that mixes business with pleasure. so let's get our work done, america, so we can all get back to playing "angry birds." the motorola expert from sprint. trouble hearing on the phone? visit sprintrelay.com. >>> minnesota congresswoman and republican presidential candidate mishachele bachmann described more about her migraines. the letter said detailed lab work and brain scans all were normal and that letter went on to say, quote, your migraines occur infrequently and have known trigger factors of which you are aware and know how to avoid. when you do have a migraine, you are able to control it using two commonly prescribed medications. last n
is a peace mission. you're watching live from singapore. still to come, hillary clinton's trade talks in india. why one of his victims is trying to stop the execution. the government continues to call for the downfall. >> is all part of the syrian cycle of violence. protests, shootings, funerals, shootings. these images, as some residents say they are stuck in their homes. as well as the opposition at home, it faces changes from nevada. >> i talked with them about the need for reform. he promised that he would work towards that. >> a broadening out of the diplomatic isolation. >> it is necessary that the international community and not just europe clearly speak out against the syrian government and condemned the oppression. and to make clear that the dialogue is one that we want to bring forward. >> is rejected outright by the street protesters. it is a stalemate between and determined opposition. and some places, some people are seeking safety by getting out of syria altogether. >> a reminder of the headlines this hour. rupert murdoch has described his appearance before a committee a
clinton has a plan to put over 100,000 americans back to work. he explains how in an exclusive interview, and he answers the grandkids question. >> announcer: from the grlobal resources of abc news, with terry moramoran, cynthia mcfadd and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," june 30th, 2011. >> good evening, i'm bill weir. and we begin tonight with breaking news, in two of the highest profile cases in the land. starting with dominique strauss-kahn, the former imf chief a aused of raping a hotel maid. abc news has learned that the prosecution case is unraveling tonight after the manhattan district attorney's office discovered serious credibility issues with the alleged victim. we've confirmed a "new york times" report that authorities recorded the maid as she called a suspected drug dealer and discussed ways to profit from the charges. there are other big holes in her story that could lead to strauss-kahn's release from house arrest as early as tomorrow. and, in another twisting, turning legal drama, the casey anthony defense opened her florida trial by claiming she didn't mu
hillary clinton is expected to visit the southern chinese city of shenzhen but today clinton is in greece voicing u.s. support for greece's recovery plan urging to enact painful spending cuts unpopular with many in greece. clinton said the u.s. government backed the programs and praised the greek government for taking these difficult steps. >> i applaud the greek government on its willingness to take these difficult steps. greece has inspired the world before and i have every confidence that you are doing so again. as you do what you must to bring your economy back to health, you will have the full support of the united states. >> clinton is in athens on the second leg of a 12-day diplomatic tour around the world. she arrived in greece from turkey and will travel to hong kong and china before returning home on july 25th. >> this weekend the president and congressional lawmakers were expected to get together again to try to find that compromise to the nation's debt situation but that meeting apparently did not happen. there is some progress behind the scenes. according to the white house,
this the clinton-- everybody in the obama white house has alumni association to the clinton white house and they remember what bill clinton did so effectively. what they're not saying, is that unemployment is double what it was 15 years and clinton did the exact same thing. the basic goodwill of the president is dependent on the state of the economy and that's not good. all of this inside baseball stuff may be for naught. most think that obama is going to win the battle and win the war. >> if you see something that you think is evidence of media bias, you can e-mail us, the e-mail is newswatch@foxnews.com. and america's lead in space exploration. >> space shuttle atlantis return home. have the media given up the fight? a comic book heroes politics gets media scrutiny. is captain america, a fair and balanced crime fighter? ♪ [ malennouncer ] if it's tr that sharks can sense even a drop of blood from a quarter of a mile away, which razor would you use? ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i prescribe medication that i take on occasion whenever symptoms arise and they keep my migraines under control, but i'd
alliance, hillary clinton builds bridges on a two-day trip to india. it's 9:00 oom here in singapore. >> it's 2:00 a.m. here in london broadcasting to viewers on pbs in america and around the world, this is "news day." >> a second senior british police officer has resigned in connection with the scandal over phone hacking and alleged corruption in rupert murdoch's newspaper empire. police commissioner john yates said he had been i don't think in 2009 not to reopen an investigation into the affair, but had acted with complete integrity. meanwhile, the journalist who first claimed that andy knew about alleged malpractices at the "news of the world" has been found dead at his home. >> he is yates of the yard no longer, resigning just a day after his boss, the commissioner of the metropolitan police, both paying the price for failing to get to grips with the hacking scandal. so said the mayor of london. >> i regret to say they have just come off the phone with a.c. john yates who has tendered his resignation. >> boris johnson insisted that both men had jumped and were not pushed. he made it abu
, "bbc world news." >> hello and welcome. >> the headlines. strong words in washington. hillary clinton says the syrian president basher al-islah has lost legitimacy. new allegations of malpractice by a return list working for rupert murdoch. >> east africa's drought, and a race against time. aid agencies say a way must be hat -- must be found to help victims in somalia. the cheeks of a world cup team tells the bbc they cannot buy their way to success. it is 9:00 a.m. here in singapore. >> is 2:00 a.m. here in london. broadcasters in america and around the world. >> the u.s. secretary of state has said syrian president-are al-assad has lost legitimacy with the diplomatic tension between the two countries. supporters attack the u.s. embassy in damascus. >> let me also add that if anyone, including presidents , thinks the u.s. will secretly emerged to continue its brutality, they are wrong. the president is not dispensable -- indispensable, and we have absolutely nothing invested in him remaining in power. our goal is to see that the will of the syrian people for a democratic transformati
at contemporary presidents, our democratic presidents, carter, clinton have come from the south and while both of them were seen to be at least somewhat progressive i was intrigued by your comment that thurgood marshall made about jimmy carter. >> guest: right. >> host: he said president jimmy carter, your heart is in the about right place and that's about all. >> guest: it's interesting that a southern presidents recently, president carter, president clinton, the father was a father from texas although his roots were in maine and up north and president bush the son lived in texas for a long time but the presidents from the south had experienced directly with african-americans around them. which a lot of the northern presidents did not. i mean, lyndon johnson had lots of experience with african-americans around them. and the presidents from the north are considered like iconic presidents like president kennedy who had no experience with african-americans his whole life. was not after he was interested rather late in his president in 1963 where he started to take notice of this tremendous bubbl
in the clinton administration where those initiatives and that vision were really put to great use for different purposes and i'll let richard talk to you about that. we wanted to refocus the program and it was very complicated and when you began to look at the real structure of the program and you added in what the national academy was telling us about the value of the science, you begin to see that this is -- we didn't call it that but it's been determined a dead-end program stuck in lowerth orbit science that was not -- and budget pressures and the program got descoped as it would over time and the centrifuge being reduced and finally eliminated that, in fact, we needed to reorient the entire civil space program. >> we also -- many of us were believers. some have been -- took some heat for it but we believed that some of the concepts with the strategic defense initiative were applicable to what was then an aging civil space program. we called it faster, cheaper better. i think richard and the clinton administration morphed it into a different way and that's great. but we believed that there w
. the situation room with wolf blitzer starts now. >>> bill clinton on the republicans he says will be most threatening to president obama in 2012. stand by for my one-on-one interview with the former president of the united states. we'll talk about the campaign, the economy and much more, including a topic that made him get rather emotional. >>> and an office space is empty leased by the federal agency for millions and millions of dollars. this hour u.s. taxpayers on the hook for what's being called an outrageous waste of money. >>> in the line of fire. cnn is embedded with u.s. troops in afghanistan when the taliban attack. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in the situation room. a special gathering to tackle america's serious economic problems. key figures from government, business and academia came together this week in chicago for the clinton global might be difference america conference. the event was the brainchild of former president bill clinton. i sat down with him in chicago for a candid interview on the country's d
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